How to screen mirror on phone

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It does not matter you are streaming a movie, or playing your video game on your TV, mirroring your phone’s screen to your TV set is not valueless.

In these days most of us love to use all our Android features on TV. The process we used to convert phone to TV is called screen mirroring. By this it will be easy to share photos, videos or any kinds of games with a room of people.

Reduce your neck pain by staring down to your android phone while you watch funny videos or playing pubg, use a Chromecast device to screen mirror your Android phone to your TV. Casting your phone’s screen is not only makes your television more comfortable viewing experience but also it also helps to view any videos or photos with your family  or friends on a big screen.

It will be better screening mirror your phone with the best and right hardware. In this article we discuss some different methods of mirroring your phone’s screen.

User friendly Android Devices

Miracast built-in is one of the most known technologies that support screen mirroring. It is a wireless display standard that first ended an appearance in 2013. From that time period most new Android devices with 4.2+ operating systems feature Miracast technology.

Instead of diving into a list of device serial numbers to decide if you’re Android has Miracast technology, search for a “screen sharing” option in your device display menu. It will be good methods to verify if your phone have screen mirroring technology is to look for a “screen sharing” option in your device display menu. Other some common names are:

  • Smart View
  • Quick connect
  • SmartShare
  • AllShare Cast
  • Wireless display
  • HTC Connect
  • Screen casting
  • Cast

Easy steps to Screen Mirroring an Android

Some smart televisions feature Miracast technology, which makes screen mirroring an Android device a breeze. While you enable a screen mirroring both of your phone and smart TV, you can follow the on screen steps to connect it.

In case if you’re android device have not a Miracast built-in feature then will required a wireless display adapter. This adapter plays the role of receiver to your phone and permits you to share phone screen to the TV. Moreover, this Wireless displays adapters, permits you to move around the room with your android device while screen sharing.

In market several types of adapters are available with different features and device requirements. For now some users needs Wi-Fi access or that you download an app to your Smartphone. While others are simply plugs and run the devices. Most of adapters can be set up with some easy steps follow the steps:

  • Just plug the wireless display adapter with your HDMI port of your TV into a power source, such as a wall outlet or power strip.
  • Switching your screen mirroring from the “Display” menu of your android phone’s settings app.
  • At last choose the wireless adapter name from the displayed device list and follow the on-screen instructions to end up the procedure.

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